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The Bulgarian President Scheduled the European Elections for May 26th

By decree, President Rumen Radev scheduled for May 26, 2019, the election of members of the European Parliament from the Republic of Bulgaria. This was announced by the press-secretariat of the head of state. This is the third of the weekends for the Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture and the Slavonic Alphabet. Elections throughout the European Union will be held from 23 to 26 May. Romania appreciates EC role in making of European and Romanian audiovisual works under Creative Europe

Romania appreciates the "very important" role of the European Commission in the making of some European and Romanian audiovisual works through the Creative Europe - MEDIA programme of the EU, Minister of Culture and National Identity Valer-Daniel Breaz said in the opening of the conference "Strengthening European cooperation through co-productions." "Romania appreciates the "very important" rol Clean technology represents future; gov't has encouraged purchase of new, less polluting cars

The Government has encouraged the purchase of new, less polluting cars, through the car park renewal programmes carried out by the Environment Ministry, PM Viorica Dancila said on Monday in the opening of the 2019 European Automotive Industry Forum in Craiova. "Clean technology represents the future.

Government Critic is a Favorite to Become Slovakia's New President

Liberal candidate Zuzana Caputova, who criticizes the current government's policy, wins the first round in the presidential election in Slovakia with a great lead. This shows the results after the counting of 99.88 per cent of the votes, the France press reported, quoted by BTA.

The eco-activist, who claims that citizens want change, wins 40.55 per cent of the votes.

EU calls migrant hotspot conditions in Greece 'a shame for Europe,' German paper reports

Three years after the common EU-Turkey statement addressing the migration crisis, the European Commission is severely criticizing conditions in refugee camps in Greece, according to an article in German newspaper Welt Am Sonntag.

EPP Summit /Manfred Weber: We must have the same living standard all over Europe

The EPP (European People's Party) candidate for the presidency of the European Commission, Manfred Weber, on Saturday said, in his presentation of his vision for the future of the EU and the main guidelines of the European People's Party programme for the EC president, that he will fight for the same living standard in all Europe. "I am 46 years old and I grew up in Bavaria.

Summit of EPP's local and regional leaders starts in Bucharest; President Iohannis in attendance

The summit of the local and regional leaders of the European People's Party, attended by President Klaus Iohannis, has started at Romexpo Exhibition Centre on Saturday. According to the PNL (National Liberal Party), more than 150 mayors and regional leaders from Europe, as well as about 3,000 local elected representatives from Romania, participate in the meeting.